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  • New Mexico's Artisans Take Advantage of Incentives and Experienced Crews

    New Mexico isn't just a huge draw for high-profile, big-budget studio blockbusters and tentpoles -- it's also home to a busy local creative community of producers, directors, writers and independent filmmakers. "We've had a very good year so far,...
  • The vampire wears a chador in a new film shown in Sundance's Next Fest

    The vampire wears a chador in a new film shown in Sundance's Next Fest
    In “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,” a vampire’s floor-length, black chador makes her one with the shadows as she cruises the deserted streets of Bad City for her next meal. Described as the first vampire spaghetti western in Farsi,...
  • Film entrepreneur draws mixed reviews

    Film entrepreneur draws mixed reviews
    Wade Bradley sells the Hollywood dream. But unlike the stories on screen, the ending isn't always happy, some of his investors claim. Bradley's Media Society Inc. solicits wealthy people to invest in a slate of independent films that it produces and...
  • 'Approval Matrix's' Neal Brennan on Being the 'Bill Maher for Cultural Stuff'

    For a pop culture aficionado, one of the most popular magazine features is New York's back-of-book Approval Matrix grid that ranks dinner party-worthy factoids based on where they fall between highbrow and lowbrow and despicable and brilliant. Of course,...
  • TV This Week Aug. 10 - 16: 'Legends' on TNT

    TV This Week Aug. 10 - 16: 'Legends' on TNT
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 10 - 16, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY Youngsters pick their pop-culture favorites...
  • Sundance Institute's filmmaking labs quietly make a difference

     Sundance Institute's filmmaking labs quietly make a difference
    For most folks, the phrase "Sundance," besides the famous association with Robert Redford, invokes the annual well-covered film festival in snowy Utah. The larger Sundance Institute, founded by Redford in 1981, also puts on other events, including the new...
  • Robert Redford sues New York over Sundance Channel tax bill

    Robert Redford sues New York over Sundance Channel tax bill
    The actor and director Robert Redford has sued New York state to stop it from trying to collect $1.57 million in personal income taxes over his 2005 sale of a stake in the Sundance Channel. In a complaint filed on July 31 against the New York State...
  • Readers respond after 'Boyhood' fails to impress critic Kenneth Turan

     Readers respond after 'Boyhood' fails to impress critic Kenneth Turan
    Finally a serious critic has the courage to say "the king has no clothes" or at least a very limited wardrobe ["A Gang of One Unmoved By 'Boy" by Kenneth Turan, Aug. 3]. When I left the movie, I felt like I had sat through an overlong, disjointed, at...
  • Review: 'The Actress' by Amy Sohn

    Review: 'The Actress' by Amy Sohn
    The Hollywood novel is a difficult undertaking, especially in the era of Google and TMZ. F. Scott Fitzgerald basing "The Love of the Last Tycoon" on Irving Thalberg of MGM was a simple alteration; Charles Bukowski's namesake barely changed letters for his...
  • TV Picks: 'Outlander,' 'Legends,' 'Dick Cavett's Watergate'

    TV Picks: 'Outlander,' 'Legends,' 'Dick Cavett's Watergate'
    “Outlander.” Starz continues its canny courtship of the often underserved female audience with a fine and drop-dead gorgeous adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s eight-book, internationally bestselling series. Describing what it’s...
  • 'About Alex' aims for 'Big Chill,' ends up a little lukewarm

     'About Alex' aims for 'Big Chill,' ends up a little lukewarm
    It's another long, woodsy weekend of the soul on display in the indie drama-comedy "About Alex," a stab at "The Big Chill" for millennials that brings six drifted-apart college chums together after one of them (a struggling actor played by Jason Ritter)...
  • 'Camp X-Ray' trailer: Kristen Stewart forges friendship in a war zone

    Kristen Stewart is on the verge of breaking rank in the first trailer for the military drama "Camp X-Ray," unveiled by IFC on Friday. Written and directed by Peter Sattler (making his feature debut), "X-Ray" finds Stewart playing Cole, an ambitious...